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      Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe (1719), Albert Camus’ The Fall (1956), Existentialism, essence, freedom, Original Sin. [1]
      Deaf learners, Difficulties, EFL teachers, Techniques, Writing [1]
      Debates, Speaking skill, Vygotsky’s Sociocultural Theory, Communicative Approach. [1]
      Demotivation ( internal/intrinsic, external/extrinsic ), English Foreign Language. Sakai and Kikuchi (2009). [1]
      deology, Men fashion images, Vogue magazine, Visual grammar, Typography. [1]
      Disability, race, class, intersectionality, Arthur Hiller. [1]
      Discovery Learning, Grammar, Constructivist Theory. [1]
      Divergent/Convergent thinking, Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy, Reading/Writing skills, New Prospects [1]
      Don DeLillo, The Silence, Camus, absurdism, postmodernism, consumerism, hyperreality. [1]
      Doris Lessing, Joseph Conrad, anxiety of authorship, women, men, madness, racism [1]
      e-Learning, e-Forum, Interactivity [1]
      education, feminism, patriarchy, virginity, women. [1]
      Educational Cartoons, Vocabulary, Cognitive Multimedia Learning Theory [1]
      Effects, EFL , Multilingualism, Theory of Affordances [1]
      EFL Online Course, Verbal and Non-Verbal resources, Semiotic Resources, Modes, Multimodality, Discourse Analysis, Multimodal Discourse Analysis [1]
      EFL Textbook, , Images, Vocabulary, Multimodality. [1]
      EFL, teachers’ kinesics, learners’ motivation, language teaching. [1]
      Electronic learning, Motivation, Attitudes, Technology Acceptance Model, Selfdetermination Theory. [1]
      English as a foreign language; Speaking; communication strategies; language proficiency. [1]
      English expansion, Globalization, Shop/ building names, Linguistic Landscape, Language Choice. [1]